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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 July 1881

dli zmjfate$, Volume XYII-Ne. 259. LANCASTER, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 1. 1881. Priee Twe Crats. CL.OT.UIHa, VNJtEItWEAJi, AC. OOMKTIIIrJG SEW! LACE THREAD UNDERSHIRTS, FEATHER-WEIGHT DRAWERS. SUSPENDERS, AT ERISMANS, TnE SniKTMAKER, NU. SO NOKTII QUKfcN STKKET, Ol'llINti OI'KNINO H. GERHART'S New Tailoring; W&mt Ne. 6 East King Street. I have Just completed titling up one of the Finest Tailoring Establishments te be ieunii in this state, ami am new prepared te allow my custemer: a ,t.iek of goods ler the SPRING TRADE. which ler quality, blyie ami variety of Pattern has ncvi..-been equaled in this city. I will keep ami Lell no goods which I cannot recommend te my customers, no matter hew low in pi ice. All goods warranted as represented, and prices as low as the lowest, at Ne. 6 East King Street, t Next Doer te the New Yei I; Mteie. H. GERHART. "M"KV Sl' Sl'OCIl OK CLOTH I NO ren SPRING 1881, T D. B. Hestettcr & Sen's, Ne. 24 CENTRE SQUARE. Having made unusual efforts te bring befo...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER FRIDAY, JULY 1; 1881 Eancastrr intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JUI.Y 1, 1881. Tlie Wonderful Star. May be it is the Star of Bethlehem. Cauen Farrar in his life of Christ says that star was a comet, which the ancient authors record as then having appeared in the sky, where tee were gathered to gether in close communion a notable number of planets. We are told that new for the first time since then have se many planets appeared together in one quarter of the heavens, and a comet again keeps them company. Jupiter, Venus, Mars and Saturn shine together in the East, and the strange celestial visitor adds itself te the wonders of the sky. The coincidence is striking, if true: and will fix upon the comet. while it shines by night, the strong interest of all the people. It is with us through all the hours of dark ness because it moves within " the circle of perpetual apparition"" around the polar star and the stars about it that never set te us in this northern ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 July 1881

LANCASTER PA1LY INTELLIGENCER ERIDAY- JULY L 1881. NKIuHBOUUOOD SEWS. Near anil Acresi the County Line. Jee. Peters, of Raber murder fame, Las been arrested in Lebanon county, but be denies the charge of tbe firing Aaren Bom Bem bergcrs bnarn, averring that he has no enmity tewaid Mr. Bembergcr, but en the contrary is under obligations te him for many favors. Peters is haunted with the belief that he is bewitched, and that he can only be freed from the spell only by paying a certain amount of money which he tries te beg. The Pennsylvania railroad company has positively decided te build a new railroad from Philadclpeia te Nonistewn, and that the route has been selected. The route will probably extend te Phmnixville or Bethlehem. The Yeik county people arc growling at Revenue Collector Wiley for appoint ing a Lancaster county man ie a Yerk county place. They rise up and bless him and declare that Democratic Yerk must have the collectersliip. Adam Haines, of Hariisburg, a carpen ter of...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 1 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEIIJGENCER, FEIDAY, JULY 1, 1881. Hancaster intelligencer. FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 1, 1881. Raising Watermelons! CasBiusM. Clay, of Kentucky, furnishes a short article en watermelons. He re marks that "of all fruits of all climes, I most esteem the watermelon." He adds that when springs-are low and water is im pure, this fruit is a sufficient and exceed ingly wholesome drink; when se many visitors a few years age te the Centennial became sick by drinking the impure water there, all who bought a slice of watermelon whenever they wished te allay thirst, re mained perfectly well. Mr. Clay sayB, en the subject of soil and culture, that two geed crop's can never be taken from the same land in succession ; that any geed corn laud will raise them ; that old manure only should be applied ; that they should be planted at distances of 10 by 10 feet each way; the hills a feet deep, four inches high, and three feet square ; remove all weeds, but de net touch or move vines; strip...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1881

(H) patfaftefl Volume XVII-Ne. 26a jnr D RKSS GOODS. NEW DRESS -AT- TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. One of the finest buntings we knew of '(if it h; a border, it would be a nun's veiling), which we have sold up te within a week at $1, is new 60 cents. Hew it get te CO cents is one of the curiosities of the trade. It is made, fight here in Philadcl phia, of the flaes-.t foreign wool ; we buy of the maker ; and sell at a profit ; 44. inch, at CO cents. Next-outer circle, Chestnut street entrance. Canten pongees, very light color and extraordinary quality, $9.."J0 and $10.50 fur 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly afc 53 cents. Bienzes, 75 cents and $1 ; bronze satin tncrveilleux, $2.25 ; bronze damasses, .11.50. Millinery damasses at 75 cents, all silk ; used also for dresses. All silk colored damasses 75 cents. Mack damasses, $1.50. Bennet black silks a fifth off. Ameri can black silk $1.35. Mack surah, light, 24J-inch ; heavy 19-inch ; both $1.50. Canten crepe, $2. Next-outer circle...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1881

LANCASTER DA II A1 IJST1XLIGENCKK SATURDAY JULY 2, 1881 ft:..iiu iutrUtgenret. SATURDAY EVENING, JUiiY 2, 1S81. Tke Attempt AwmiImUeb. We most sincerely join in the profound sorrow and sympathy which will be ex cited throughout the whole country and all Christendom by the terrible tragedy in Washington te-day. The president of the United States has been the victim of an attempt at assassination, which seems te be no less cold-blooded and desperate than that of one of his prede cessors little mere than sixteen years age ; and it is net yet certain that the two balls fired into his body will net be followed by as fatal consequences as the wicked shot which se sadly terminated Mr. Lincoln's life. We sorrow with all geed citizens and sympathize with these te whom this tragedy comes with special terror be cause, personally, Mr. Garfield and his family are our fellow citizens, any calam ity te whom should be a cause of mourn ing te all people ; because he is officially chosen te ami is in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEL. JGENCIttl SATURDAY- JULY 2, 1881. ituuauuy Accident. This morning Dr. IJ. II. Greff while vis iting a patient left his horse and carriage Btmclinjj in charge of a boy named Frank Tayler, en MilUin htrect near. Lime. The horse took fright at something and plunged forward, bnt the boy held en te the rein and was dragged some distance, linally losing his held when in rear of Doeisem's coach shop. Tlie horse con tinued its flight through Mi 01 in te Chris tian street. In attempting te turn down Christian street the horse ran his head entirely through the glass doers of Gruger's marble works. Backing out of this uny inn Portable position he ran down Christian street and into the blind alley in rear of the old lockup, where he was captured. Yeung Tayler escaped with a few scratches and bruises, the horse had his leg somewhat cut with broken glass, and the carriage had a shaft broken. Gored by a Hull. Henry .Steliman, a son of Tobias Stcb man, living en Leng Lane, Co...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 2 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1881. ia;:.cut tntcUtacnccv. SATURDAY EVENING, JULYS, 1881. Wit art Wisdom. Fer Saturday KvenlBg Entertainment. The coin for soldiers quarters. The proof reader does the correct thing. A distant man ought te live en a reser vation. The man who knows the most is net an owing man. Strawberry shortcake is se called be cause it is short of strawberries. A bunghole is a very necessary thing in a barrel, but, after all, it is nothing, The hair-dresser hopes his heirs will never be able te say, " He dyed peer." When a traveler gees te Europe does he generally complete the Turin, Italy ? There wasn't much money in "stocks " when they were employed iu the form of punishment. When the Pilgrims first landed they fell en their knees, after which they fell en the aborigines. Bridget beiug told te put a Httle nut meg into the rioe pudding, picked out Jie smallest one iu the box and threw it in. A Georgia editor died of fright because some one told ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 July 1881

ek Price Twe Cwts. Volume XVH-Ne. 2C1 LANCASTER, PA., SUNDAWJULY 3. 1881. DRY GOODS. D Hum XJOODS. TrvKEbS GOODS. NEW DRESS GOODS, ETC., AT- TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. One or the fincbt buntings we knew of Crf it bad a border, it would be a nuu'a veiling), which we have sold up te within a week at $1, in new CO cents. Hew it get te GO cents is one of the curiosities of the trade. It is made, right here in Philadel phia, of the finest foreign wool ; we buy of the maker ; and sell at a profit ; 44 inch, at CO cents. KezUiutcr circle. Chestnut stieet entrance. Canten pongees, very, light color aud extraordinary quality, $9.50 aud $10.50 for 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly at 55 cents. Bronzes, 75 cents and $1 ; bienzc satin mcrvcilleux, $2.25 ; bronze damasse, $1.50. Millinery damasscs at 75 cents, all silk ; used also for di esses. All silk colored damasscs 75 cents. Black damasscs, $1.50. Bennet black silks a fifth off. Ameri can black silk $1.35. Black surah, light, 24J-inc...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 July 1881

LANCASTEKDAILt INTELLIGENCE ft SUNDAY, JULY 3, 1881 us. v. . a ah i-iuriUgmrn:. SUNDAY MORNING, JUiT 3.1M1. What It Signifies. The assassin of the president may be of unsound mind, and probably is te a certain degree, but there is such method in lu's madness as te create the impres sion that he may be quite sufficiently ac countable for his actions te achieve and merit the hangman's noose. He himself proclaims the moving cause of his act in declaring that he is a stalwart of the stalwarts, and that the president's death was a political necessity, te unite the Republican party and save the republic. The president and vice president are en different sides in the quarrel in the Re publican party, and it was quite obvious that all that was needed te transfer the sceptre from the " half breeds ' te the " stalwarts "following the remarkable nemeclature of the factions in New Yerk was Garfield's death and Ar thur's inauguration. The assassin was impressed with the power which he held in hi...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTEL LLCJENlMtft SUNDAY JULY 3, 1881. GARFIELD'S LIFE. A COMPLKTi-. SKETCH OF IT. Ills Youth, Kducatlen public and Private Lile. Prepaid! bpcciully ler the Sunday feTZLLi OLIkCCH. Although Mr. Gat field vnsene of the best kuevui and personally one of the most pop ular of public men in thisceuutry, and the events of his life have been rendered fresh ly familiar te the public by his candidacy and election te the presidency, his tragic fate invests the story with r.cw and pathetic interest. Of the many men who have, under the blessings of our free institutions, risen from obscurity te emi nence ieachin the very highest eflice, the tale of no one's life has in it mere of 10 inantic interest than his progress Irem the tow path te the White Heuse. Ancistry. His male ancestors came te these sheies in the company who came ever in the ship which bore Governer Winthrop te Massa chusetts, and it is absolutely ccitahi that his ancestor, Edward Garfield, was one of the one hundr...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 3 July 1881

LANCASTER DAIll- INTELLIGENCE!, SUNDAY. JULY 3, 1881. imrilianicer. SUNDAY MOENINO, JULY 3, 1881. RELIUIOVB. Saturday' Dally. CONGREGATIONAL BAPTIST IIKKTII ren. Service In Salem church, West Or ange street, at 2X p. in. 1.MRST BAPTIST, KAST CHESTNUT ST. 1 Preaching te-morrow morning and even ing by the pastor. Rev. Wm.Morrlsen. Sunday hdioelato a.m. IlLDKB JACOB IUS1HHOLQ AN1I !i ethers will preach In the Oregon meeting house, te-morrow (Sunday) at o'clock, and In the evening In Eden, In the Old Meeting beuse. FIRST BEFOBHKD-0IVINK SKKV1CU at 10 a. in. and 0',i p. m. Sunday school at V,i a. m. FIRST M. E. CHUttCU, NORTH UUKB street. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper and Baptism will be administered by the Jiasuir, c. " . s. iwuiueuu, v wj . . reaching by the pastor at 7i p. m. Sunday school at 8 a. m. Prayer meeting en Wednes day evening at j o'clock. . ORAVIAN.J. MAX HARK, PASTOR. Memerial Day. At IQJfj a. m. I.ltany and sermon commeinerallvo of tue marlyrdemef Jehn Muss In 1413. At ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 July 1881

Wfyz wxfakf, Volume XVH-Ne. 262 LANCASTER, PA., TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1881. Price Twe Crate. zjsr D KKSS GOODS. NEW DRESS TOHN WANAMAKER'S, PHILADELPHIA. Ouc of the finest buntings we knew of (if it bad a bonier, it would be a 'nun's veiling), which wc have sold up ie within a week at $1, is new CO cents. Hew it get te CO cents is one of the curiosities of the trade. It is made, right here in I'liilaili 1 phia, of the finest foreign wool; we buy of the maker ; and sell at a profit ; 44 inch, at 00 cents. Next-outer circle. Chestnut stieet entrance. Canten ieiicck, very light color and extraordinary qua ily, Sy.nOand $10.. "SO for 20 yard pieces. Summer silks mostly ai. 55 cents. Ikimzcs, 7.1 cents and $1 ; bronze satin incrveillcnx, $2. 25 ; bronze damasses, 81.50. Millinery damasses at 75 cents, all silk ; used also for dresses. All silk colored damasses 75 cents. Black damasses, $1.50. Heiiuet black silks a fifth off. Aincii can black silk $1.85. l.lack surah, light, iMj-inch; heavy lO...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY, JULY 5; 188P Eancaster fcntellujencrc. TUESDAY EVENING, JUL.Y 5,1881. Celebrating "the Fourth." Philadelphia, all accounts agree, had a quiet and satisfactory observance of the Fourth of July, and te-day's papers have a conspicuous lack of the usual long string of fires and accidents, less of life and destruction of property, which were reported after the former senseless celebrations of the nation's anniversary. The enforcement of Mayer King's orders and the city ordinances against fire works and explosives was of course largely aided by the general disposition of the citizens te keep quiet en account of the painful uncertainty of the issue of the tragic events at Washington ; andthis hapiKJiied fortuitously ; for such a re striction en the American disposition te " go off " could only be enforced, under ordinary circumstances, against con siderable popular prejudice. As it was the new regulations obtained a fair trial and already we hear that...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 July 1881

LANCASTER A1LY INTELLIGENCER TUESDAY JULY 5, 1861. LITTLE LOCALS. Mere iiml There and Everywhere. Womclsderf is hew about getting a national bank with $30,000 capital. The post-eflices of Downitigten and Itcyneld.svillc arc new subject te Presi dential appointments. With as much right as Pennsylvania de mands Pcnn's bones and Pittsburgh Pitt's, Columbia asks for Columbus's, thinks the SpjJ. I)anicl McGeevcr, son of Patrick Mo reover, residing en West Walnut street, shot himself in tha finger with a toy pistol with which lie was playing. The JSeartewn campmeeting will begin the 27th hist., and last till August ", in clusive. It will be under the direction of I. E. Ivnerr, P. K. and Jeseph and Isaac Weaver will run the bearding tent. The J'ehee fUrxUe in its funny column has the following : "A Lancaster county lawyer asked a woman en the witness stand ler her age and she promptly replied "Old enough te have sold milk for you te drink when you wciea baby, and I haven't get. any pay yei...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 5 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1881. Hancaster intelligencer. TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 5, 1881. THE OLD FARMER ON THE COMET. Fer the IiSTELLieENCEn. This comet, old wife, that's been travelln' se last, Through the sky with a .speed that surely can't last, Is a wonderful wonder te the 'stronemers all And we'll wonder, tee. should the tarnal thing lull. It Is scoetln' 'long backward, sethestar-gazere say, Like a crab travels 'bout, with ijs tall the wrong way; But the back-hlldln' crab has little speed In It, While this comet a thousand miles gees in a minute ; And at that rate el gein it will git pretty seen. Te the end of its string, if It misses the moon, Hut the papers don't state that the moon's in its read. And the papers all talk just as if they all knewed ; Se of course the moon's safe, though 1 think it leeks pule, E ut perhaps it's afecred of that extra, long tail ; Fer ir that tail should once switch at askecter or il y. It would make a disturbance up there in...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1881

3k anxfe&cfl KXKMK Yelnme XYII-Ne. 2C3 LANCASTER, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 6. 1881. Price Twe Celts. 'vv'"Jfc.Jv r,'W5- F DRY JACOB M. MAIIKS. TOIIN A. LANE ALL Dry Goods Offered at Great Bargains, AT TIIK OLD KELIAMLE STAND, Ne. 24 East King Street. SILK DEPARTMENT. Special Inducements in Mack and Colored Silks. Tins general PRESS OOODS DEPARTMENT constantly being uititbil te and prices linn ki-il down te promote quick sales. .VOIJUNINO UOODS DEPAETMENTcemplclciiiuUiU) details. CAUPETINlSS. QIJEENSWAItE AND GLASSWARE In immense variety ami at very Lew Prices. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT unsurpassed in quantity and quality, and goods In all the dcparlmcnti guaranteed te In: what they arc sold ler. M'C'all and see us. .IACOU 31. MARKS. JOHN A. lit OX ICON KITTEKS. IRON BITTERS! A TRUE TONIO. IKON EITTEES are liiglily'rceeiiimended ter all diseases requiring a certain aud effi clunl tonic; csccially INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, INTERMITTENT FEVERS, WANT OF APPE TITE, LOSS OF STRENGTH, LACK OF ENER...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, JULY 6; 1881 Eancastrr .intelligencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUtiY 6, 1M1. The Crudity ef Oar System. There has long been a'commen feeling that the methods Tprevided for keeping our government supplied with a contin uous head, are very crude and ineffi cient ; and the present disaster renews the liveliness or this feeling, while ex hibiting an additional fault in our pres ent system. The hereditary plan of suc cession has this great excellence that there is always a chief, and one who is likely te be in sympathy with the idea of government established by his predeces sor. " The king is dead long live the king," signifies an instantaneous trans fer of authority which is essential te the well-being of any state. There should be no possibility of lapse of authority ; and there should be as little chance as may be that a violent removal of one head shall establish in power another of antagonistic political feeling. The changes in policy, when they a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY JULY 6, 1881. during the Centenuial. He says be is from Chester county, where he married his wife. Frem the surrounding circum stances the neighbors think that Andrews had a quarrel with bis wire and that she rau away from the beuse and was caught by him in the corn field and beaten te death. Te hide the evidence of bis crime he dragged the body te the house and set fire te the building. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS- LITTLE LOCALS. Here and There and Everywhere. This afternoon jurors for the August and September courts are being drawu. They will be published te-morrow. This morning several boys becameeu gaged in a light in front of the Inquirer office. The police put in an appearance, when the " kids " fled. The bulletin beards en the courthouse have been taken down by order of the commissioners, Mr. liusheng having changed his vote. At a meeting of the water committee, lust evening, .speciliralioiisferancw boiler and boiler-house for the water house we...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lancaster daily intelligencer. — 6 July 1881

LANCASTER DAILY INTELLIGENCES WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1881. Lancaster faiteliiaencer. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1881. THE TOBACCO HAKKET. Its Couditlen in New Yerk Last Week. U. S. Tobacco Journal. On Tuesday last our market experienced quite a sensation. A sale of 1,700 cases of '80 Pennsylvania by the Water street leaf firm of Basch & Fischer, te tbe up-town cigar manufacturing firm of Lichtenstein Bres. & Ce., was reported, and at once all holders of such goods were all smiles, and triumphantly walked through the streets comprising tbe New Yerk leaf market. Tbe sale was a most significant one. Though a great deal of tbe crop in ques tion bad pievieusly gene into the bands of manufactuier.s, no such quantity had been sold, or was expected te be sold, te one maiiufuctuiing lirm, at least as early in tbe t-ea-sen as this. The value of the sale is net Icsa than $130,000. AH lielilcis of '80 Pennsylvania new feel that their investment will pay a heavy pielit, and that no ether cro...

Publication Title: Lancaster Daily Intelligencer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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